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something through. just like social security, just like medicare, and medicaid. real change to save american lives. and to run away from this at this juncture is the wrong move. get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think. tonight's question. do conservatives have any right to compare obama care to katrina or eric? iraq? text a for yes, b for no to 67622. or go to ed.msnbc.com. we'll bring the results later on in the show. for more this time, let's bring in wendell potter of the center for public integrity and dr. corey hebert of lsu health science centers. mr. potter, you first. how much of a setback is this? how much of a win is this for the insurance industry? how damaging to obama care? your thoughts. >> first of all, ed, thank you so much for what you're doing and calling it like it is. i appreciate you and your work. it's so important. this had is i think a temporary setback. the president was hemmed by people of his own party who should have known better who as you said are more interested in getting re-elected than the best interests of their constituents. some of these a
, with medicare and medicaid, and also civil rights. this is the civil rights issue of our time. and people in this country who are seeing reduced rates and full coverage who are getting a new deal, an obama deal, they've got relatives. they've got brothers and sisters and moms and dads and next door neighbors. and simply the republicans starting with boehner are going to be on the wrong side of history. and it's not going to show up right in a poll tonight. or tomorrow. but as this website is now handling 50,000 americans per hour, things are getting a heck of a lot better. and the high percentage of americans who are getting on there and getting the deals, these stories are being told, and republicans doing everything they possibly can can. there is not a pr playbook available globally that is going to be able to fight a positive story when it comes to insurance reform and health care reform in this country. this is a victory for the left. call it what it is. and it is changing the face of america. because we're finally finding out we do have compassionate people in our society who are wi
by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors who compare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs pharmacist, call, or go to cvs.com/compare to get your free, personalized plan comparison today. call, go online, or visit your local store today. became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they embrace new technology instead? ♪ imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. [ herbie ] no doubt about it brent, a real gate keeper. here's kevin in the nissan sentra. lamb to the slaughter. mom's baked cookies but he'll be lucky to make it inside. and here's the play. oh, dad did not see this coming. [ crowd cheering ] now if kevin can just seize the opportunity. he's seen it. it's all over. nothing but daylight. yes i'd love a cookie. [ male announcer ] make a powerful first impr
medicare expansion which is, you know, basically not helping out. and those folks, i hope they remember who helped them and who didn't. >> well, that's going to be interesting to see, if they do in the mid terms. i was told yesterday by charlie crist in florida, he sure isn't going to run away from it. and i think the democrats will be making a huge mistake for running away from obama care. the white house is saying that almost 5.5 million americans will be uninsured because of republican governors' failure to expand medicare in their states. are republican governors more interested in politics or helping their own people? >> well, i think that they are interested in keeping people desperate or in -- and that allows them to be able to demagog, and that allows them to try to do something and make a political out of it. it doesn't help people get health care. it doesn't get a family the health care they need when they get sick or injured. and in my opinion, that's unfortunate. and so for those who live up under those governorses who won't help them, i think those folks really need to figure o
on the table by not choosing the right medicare d plan. no one could have left this much money here. whoo-hoo-hoo! yet many seniors who compare medicare d plans realize they can save hundreds of dollars. cvs/pharmacy wants to help you save on medicare expenses. talk to your cvs pharmacist, call, or go to cvs.com/compare to get your free, personalized plan comparison today. call, go online, or visit your local store today. we know we're not the center of your life, but we'll do our best to help you connect to what is. . >>> time now for the trenders, social media. this is where you can find us. facebook.com/edshow. twitter.com/edshow. and ed.msnbc.com. and on the radio, monday through friday, noon to 3:00 p.m., channel 127, sirius xm, and liberal talk stations across the country. "the ed show" social media nation has decided and we are reporting. here are today's top trenders, voted on by you. >> obama care is the law of the land. >> the number three trender, critical care. >> the problem with obama care isn't just the website. >> must be an on button somewhere. >> it's the whole wall. >>
us is we have to cut social security, medicare, medicaid, nutrition food stamps, et cetera. and kwoun what the american people are saying? they're saying overwhelmingly in poll after poll, republican, democrat, independent, create jobs. create the millions of jobs that this country desperately needs. ed, one of the things i worry about is not only high unemployment, but it is even higher for young people. kids graduating high school have no place to go. so what we need to do is focus on job creation, raising the minimum wage, changing our policy and paying attention to the middle class rather than the billionaires and multinational corporations. >> we have a political party in this country, the republicans, who do not view this as a problem. they don't talk about it. they don't address it. they don't even like using the term middle class. they're all about power. how could we ever restructure -- let me ask you this. would this be a conversation piece in these budget negotiations that you're going to be involved in? i mean, the numbers are very clear. >> oh, i have already and will con
the issue on medicare and social security is not the 55 million people getting it. it's the several million affluent retirees who can be getting up to 50,000 a year in social security -- >> you think that ought to be changed? >> means tested instead of going for an across the board cut from the chain. >> i hate to make it sound like a business, okay, but you've got to get to this number here. this is a number that we've got to get to, whatever that number might be. but nobody wants to give anything up. and we've got this ideological logjam over budget talks. how do you break it? >> i see no chance that it's going to be changed. that it's going to be broken. i think the republican also continue to say no taxes, more defense. >> shut down? >> shut down city. i think the progressives are so dug in on all of social security that they're letting retirees in florida living on a golf course somewhere get these huge checks that we can't afford, so. >> you've got something for rich people out there who are on medicare. >> well, exactly. >> that's a cut that you would definitely get after. >> absolut
dealing with medicare part d the prescription drug program we did the same thing. we went out there though we weren't in total agreement with the law and it was having website problems we went out and held sessions because we wanted to make sure our constituents were protected. >> think about this. elected officials are going to take their time and effort to go orchestrate negative impact hearings across the country. how regressive could that be? what kind of mindset do you have to be in to go out and look for people who are going to come to a bitch session and that is exactly what it is going to be, what they're looking for. >> you know what? the sad part about it, they're going to be using our tax dollars to do that. >> exactly. >> they are not going to move anything forward or any legislation forward on this. all they're going to do is collect negative material to throw it at the president. in the meantime you are telling me the democrats are going to set up infrastructure to get people signed up that is what we're supposed to do, ed. >> yeah. >> i didn't come here to washington to thro
states. sean hannity, in the truck with w. never asked him about the rollout of medicare part d. i bet edward r. merle would really be excited about that one, wouldn't he? >> sean hannity would sell his absolute soul to defeat obama and obama care. and he puts no value on his journalistic integrity, if he has any. here's one more example of deceit by sean hannity. earlier this month, sean hannity had a panel on the show, panel of guests with so-called real stories about obama care, causing them all kin of harm. >> our new policy that we can have will have the same benefits to it. anything similar, though, is going to rise between, like, 50 to 72%. >> we don't even have insurance for our daughter, who has a preexisting condition. so we're looking at probably $20,000 in premiums next year. >> as business, we are jumping through more hoops, more regulation, more paperwork. and we've also cut back on hiring full-time employees, because of the health care cost involved. >> well, it turns out those real stories were simply not accurate. reporting for salon.com, eric stern conducted actual in
going to move to something closer to medicare for all or single payer. so he has done the most republican-possible health plan. and it's astonishing. there are a few conservative commentators who have been honest enough to say we don't want this thing to fail. but republicans have said we are not going to put up an alternative. we're just going to root against it and try to appeal it. >> residents must seen up through the federal website. now i've had a number of people on the ways and means committee and in the health committee over on the senate side say they didn't anticipate this kind of push back and rejection on a state level, because this is what, of course, you said the heritage foundation and some other conservative groups wanted all along. they wanted states' rights, local control. the president gives it to them, and it backfires in a sense and now he's being accused of being a liar. that all aside, they have to get this website right. and today's testimony was encouraging. but if they don't, where does that leave us? >> i think we're in a heap of trouble. it's very u
of a lot of government financed health care, a lot of medicaid and a lot of medicare. that's paid for a lot of his patients' care. sow really should know better. i think rand paul and mitch mcconnell are going to be -- get a rude awakening over the next few months. mitch has done nothing but pound on obama care for four years and his numbers continue to decline. he's now at a disapproval rating statewide of almost 60%. so i think he's -- he understands that he has a very, very serious disconnect with most kentucky voters now. >> congressman, connolly, finally i want to talk about the map of virginia. if you looked at the map, there was a lot of red in rural portions of the state. the areas in which terry mcauliffe won, the tidewater area, then there was the southeastern portion of virginia, and then, of course, up near arlington in northern virginia. why does the vote come down like that in virginia? it's actually a lot like the national map. there's a lot of red in rural america. >> yeah. >> what is it in the state of virginia that it breaks down like that? where is the disconnect in the m
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on social security, and they're trying on medicare. they simply do not want americans to have a safety net of security. they want them always to be anxious, so they would be glad to work and keep working for minimum wage jobs, and they will never have to pay them any pension or anything else. that's the whole goal of this operation. obama care is just one piece of it. it's the most prominent piece of it. >> and congressman, i mean, they'll lie anywhere, any time, any place, anyhow. are the democrats going to have to devote their time to debunking these lies? i mean, this kind of takes you off the trail of actually trying to help people with good government in this country. your thoughts on that. >> well, it really does, ed. it's very difficult when all you're doing is dealing with fox news. i was laughing as i was listening to you. i don't know, the people can't tell the difference between fox news and the insurance companies. they're both telling lies about what's happening. the president did not take health insurance away from them. said you could keep it if the insurance companies kept
something about fraud, because he was involved in the biggest medicare fraud in history. >> you need to have somebody in the governor's mansion who will again be a people's governor instead of a corporate governor. >> clearly you're doing well in the polls right now. double digits ahead of rick scott. what would you do differently here in florida? >> just about everything. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching "the ed show," come you live from miami, florida tonight. we may be a year ahead of this story. but let me tell you something. it is getting ugly early on. there is going to be millions of dollars thrown into this race. this governor will do anything he can to keep his seat. but if the democrats want to take florida in 2016, it is very much a now story. the state of florida is no doubt a hot bed of important issues that have national implications. issues like obama care, med kaed expansion, immigration doesn't happen in america unless it happens in florida. and, of course, voting rights is on the tip of the tongue of every floridan. the 2014 gubernatorial
in the food stamp program. not to hurt our veterans. not to cut social security medicare, medicaid, education, the wic program. what the republicans are trying to do is balance the budget on the backs of the most vulnerable people in this country. and meanwhile, at the same time, they're working as hard as they can to provide huge tax breaks or maintain huge tax breaks for large corporations. one out of four corporations in this country does not pay a nickle in federal taxes. >> those are the numbers. and finally, senator, are there any republicans that are against this? >> we will see. i would hope that the american people can talk sense to them and to make it clear that we have got to create jobs in this country, we need a fair budget, and we cannot continue at a time when poverty, ed -- more people live in poverty today than any time in the history of the country. we can't keep beating down on people already hurting. that's veterans, the kids, the elderly. >> senator bernie sanders with us tonight. thanks for joining us. i don't know how the republicans can say that they are supporting th
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